$15 an hour wage, tuition, hoagies: How employers are attracting new hires
Some businesses owners are using their own personal savings to increase wages for employees and new hires,according to NJBIA CEO Michele Siekerka.
Ready to bust a move? Dance floors reopen Friday in NJ … in some cases
Admit it — you've been itching to do the YMCA at a New Jersey wedding.
COVID-19’s mental health toll — will it subside as we return to ‘normal’?
Folks continue to reach out for help, but experts hope they can get back on their feet in a reasonable amount of time once the crisis subsides.
NJ lifting limits but bars and restaurants say new rules still a problem
The head of the NJ Restaurant and Hospitality Association says 6 foot distance limits between tables need to be cut in half for many restaurants to be able to make a profit
NJ reopening 100% (sort of) on May 19 as COVID numbers fall
Gov. Phil Murphy on Monday is expected to lift most pandemic restrictions by May 19.
NJ could be a hotter destination for vacations this summer
"We are definitely hearing from realtors, from hotels, that reservations are strong. Campgrounds are doing well," said Diane Wieland, director of tourism for Cape May County.
NJ state troopers keep watch for Jersey Shore pandemic violations
As the weather warms up and more people get vaccinated, shore bars are reminded about capacity and social distance limits.
No appointment, no problem: Where to get walk-in vaccines in NJ
There's more COVID-19 vaccine available than ever in the state as the push is on to reach Gov. Phil Murphy's goal of 4.7 million fully vaccinated New Jersey adults in order to lift mandates and restrictions.
Middletown brothers to walk 3,000+ miles for restaurant workers
The brothers are hoping to create a movement are still looking for partners to help them reach their goal.
Struggling to find help, NJ businesses blame unemployment benefits
"This is not unemployment, this is vacation money," said Anthony Braica, owner of La Cipollina Ristorante in Freehold.
‘Vaccinated sections’ possible at Prudential Center for Devils games
A spokesperson for Harris Blitzer Sports & Entertainment, which owns the New Jersey Devils, said conversations are being had about possibly introducing "vaccinated sections" at the team's home venue.
No more appointments needed: NJ mega sites become walk-in
No appointment is needed for to receive the vaccine at the mega sites in Atlantic City , the Meadowlands race track, Moorestown Mall, Rowan College of South Jersey, the Convention & Expo Center in Edison and the Rockaway Townsquare Mall.